The ruined Cape St George Lighthouse is perched on the edge of spectacular cliffs between Booderee National Park and the sea.The lighthouse lookout offers stunning sea and cliff views - a fantastic place to...
Spend an afternoon at Coolangatta, the first European settlement on the South Coast, now an historic precinct with fascinating remnants of the original convict-built village surrounded by landscaped grounds, sprawling vineyards and a delightful country restaurant. Find out about the seasonal produce dinners which offer a taste of the Shoalhaven's best produce.
About Shoalhaven Heads
Shoalhaven Heads is a tranquil beach resort town in an idyllic location where the Shoalhaven River flows into the ocean. The meeting of river and sea provides it with a wide array of water sports such as fishing, surfing and boating. You can even go for a leisurely river cruise.
Shoalhaven Heads is an excellent base from which to explore the local area. Take a long hike along Seven Mile Beach where you'll pass beach fishermen, families playing on the sand and kids flying kites. The beach is part of Seven Mile Beach National Park and has several good picnic spots, walkway and viewing platform.
The Shoalhaven wine region now has 18 vineyards and 16 cellar doors as well as a thriving food scene. The largest estate wineries, Coolangatta Estate and The Silos, are just a short drive from Shoalhaven Heads. Two Figs Winery is a boutique winery and vineyard located overlooking lush green fields and the Shoalhaven River.